Have you ever toyed with the idea of getting a little Botox to help smooth that stubborn wrinkle across your forehead or asking your derm for a Latisse prescription in hopes of growing long, fluttery lashes but were too scared to take the plunge? Allergan, the pharmaceutical company behind these innovations is now offering two new beauty tools that allow consumers to virtually test out both Botox and Latisse. Here’s how they work. (And though we’re super-psyched about trying out these apps, we encourage you to talk to your doctor about whether these treatments are right for you.)
For the Line-Obsessed:
Botox Cosmetic iVisualizer Tool gives you a sneak peek at what your skin would look like if you got Botox. It only shows you the potential results for a treatment between the brows, but—good news—the FDA recently approved Botox for the treatment of crow’s feet as well. Simply click here and follow the instructions to snap a picture of yourself furrowing your brows (so your wrinkles pop) in a well-lit room. The program immediately generates a before and after picture. You can print your results and then consult with your doctor if you’re interested in pursuing the in-office treatment.
For the Lash-Obsessed:
Latisse iLash Studio helps you visualize how your lashes could look after using Latisse (the first FDA approved prescription to treat inadequate lashes) for 16 weeks. It’ll encourage you to think of questions you should ask your doctor when considering the treatment as well as offer you tips and other real women’s before and after lash photos. If you don’t currently have a doctor, the app can help you find one in your area. The app is for iPad users only (download it for free here) then snap a picture of yourself from above so your lashes are fully visible and watch the results change.Although this tool is for demonstrative purposes only and individual results vary, it’s fun to see how lush your lashes could look.